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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 21 May 1896
w : - wffr4 ML - r ' . j . fewlbi; OITT 'MISSOURI J- uVlqgS'yi::;.'': -y- ' .1 31" all llHr()N,$l,AYR,e, 1 '-.- LpvaJomt PoiIoJtM at Jtjernn OJtV at tteond t Inn matter. mi Thi oraUaaeM of many wheel owners is causing trmp to take tbo bloyole.' MrClevelndB, dreuiu of a par- feet civil servlca means a smoothly Working Cleveland machine, which can be controlled from Washington, In every Ute The bloycle craze is credited with having mads the last season such a disastrous one to the show business, Let the summer resort proprietors beware. I if . r Miiiumi TActno x. n. im table, cbadoi oir TWE. WESTWARD. H l,Dajr Express.. Arrives 12:15 fe.tn. Leaves 1:05 p.m. K. S, Night Express Arrives 13)45 a. m Leaves 12:45 a.m. N. i Local Passenger Arrtvesl3:25 FreigUt,carrles panengers.Leave 10(00 a', ui. EASTWARD. Ni a.Day Express... Arnve2j35 p.m leaves a iBUD.tn. KiT4. Uav'Sinfe'ss;" Arrives 0:15. n. m. Leaves 0:30 p. xa H. t. Local rassenecr. Anivci 13:40 - p, nil Leaves 1:10 p.m, No. 8, K. O. ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 21 May 1896
1 V - 1 rfit'. ,S1 State Republican. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI GOVERNOR JOHN S. MARMADUKE. Picturesque Sketch of One of Missouri's Remarka ble Sons. Written especially for this paper b.r Msjor Thomas W. Tarlc. Major rark Is about BO yoars old, an,I lias loot? bee-n prominent In Missouri affairs Ills homo Is In rlatto county. Her he edited a democratic) nowspaper until ho aocepteJ a position in JeBcrson City, whero ho Is now elilel clerk in tho office ot tho Secretary of Btato. lie la a writer of marked ability, a jrcntleman of tho highest Integrity and to his friends as true as steel Tho next artlclo In this series will be by George H. Lamm, of 1'ettls county, upon "Butter Making in Missouri," Ono bright, sntmy Jay, in tho early spring of 1833, I accompanied Uov ernor John S. Marmadnko In one of lila accustomed walks In the suburbs of Jefferson City. Ho wa.i n wonderful wulker, and lils stride w.n po great nnd Ills alt bo rapid that I found, af ter many n ramble, that I conld not com...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 28 May 1896
PC ' . " ' T " iff, (T 7" CLUr UBLICAN v. zrtjToiy. Bocrcuirr or tiia afitno- i i 1 i - . . " . " i . . t ' S?s&a"- "-. central committee, las vft ""ned.tho official, call for tho domo'-- Y si " 0m,ntln8 'convention. n-k ,AP bo held la Jefforon City Ahirast'8. 189?, U.lg ai.followii! "iSPH rWwoAn't to.ctjtt of iheidomooratio &FVH tnto central. comtnltteefat n meetlnar "wsr. poMoa "April 14, .1806, at Bedaliii, ,Mo.r 4reKT tnero new ' aemocrtalc state k&'i' convention at Jefferson City.. Ma, at " 12 o'clock noon rai Wnlhiuuliiv. Animal (5,1800, for tho following "named pur pose! . For. the nomination of a democratic' candidate for governor, lieutenant gov ernor, secretary of state, state auditor, attorney general state treasurer, rail road and yrarehonee commlaeloner and judge of the 'supremo conrt ; for tho .nomination ol candidates for presi dential electors, 'and for tho connty committee in tho several counties of ?1? i me state. of renrp.nntAtinn tinnn .which delegate...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 28 May 1896
STATE REfUBLlOAH.j -al 11 mrranaon city, missotoii. lK'vWpP -18 j Subscrilition Trice, $1.00 Per Ye'ar. BUrfk?" - " . -.-JL rjSj f i Thursday, May 28, 1890. mBS&&i: JffifSSUl - -?,u:Mffl J. C. FISHER, Editor. life . ' . B& llllll l AnvKiiTisiNn hates. sti,;'.: As&ps&b a II HHMW I I' 'I Mill J I Ono Inch, 1 mouth Vt 00 Qnc-titini tor column, 1 imuith 30 One-half column, 1 mouth 0 00 Ono ffilmmi. 1 month 8 0 8ne.unartcr page, 1 iiionth ...... .17 00 nc-linlt pnne, 1 mouth 32 00 l)Ucnuiit mi j early I'ontincts. Locale, 6 cents kt lluo each Insertion TLo mull ho beats tlio basa diutn in n bandwagon is soldom n skillful musician. No matter whoro Dick Croknr got it, ho seems to be dropping it qnito heavily on tho English turf, Wonder if Mr, Cleveland thought palmist who told Mrs. C. that her next would be a boy Secretary Carlisle keeps on ex plaining with all tho persistency of a man who thinks ho has a chance to bo nominated, Tho man who only reads the headlines must ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 28 May 1896
iff? J v . 'J urnr republican. . - .-.'"li ;.-- ; .. . i t,, ... nwmD xyrRi tuurbday ivenino. :pSGWH!iON,-$J.'AmR .-IN- ItUiisf Bimrvu,ut 'o a vujri ui ucubf.vf. v,y ;vifo.,n mooiuI clan matter. 8rltl, Jn, 7, 1890. lie; ESS i , If1 'Mlesocnt vacimc n. n. time table. , 01IANOE OV TIHK. WKSTWAUU. No l,Dy Express.. Arrives 13:45 p.m. r Lows 1:05 p.m. 6. 3, NUtat Express Arrives 12:45 a. m 1 Leaves 12 :45 a.m. No. 6. Local raweiiRcr. Arrives 12:25 i- .. r l.iavoB I2:40n.m.- lrYelgrd;(crrle8 passengers, Leavo 10:00 . mi I v s. KASTWA1W. No. a ,Iay Express .... Arrives 2:35 p.m ' Leaves 2:50 p.m. No. 4, Day Express. Arrives 0:15. p.m. Leaves 0:30 p. m. Mb , Local rasseneer. Anlvcs 13140 1 ;"p m. Leaves 1:10 p. m. No, 8, K. C.Express.ArrlvesS.Sl a.m. f Leaves 2i31 a. Ui. Freight, carries passengers. Leaves 3 -45 'D. 111. ' .No. 124, freight, carries pass- engers lo Ouugu only, Local passenger trains B and 6 run be tween St. Louis ami Kansas City. Ko. ht through sleepers lo Jorllu, Mo. 'trt...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state republican. — 28 May 1896
I" t . jqp.nyj' v; lit 1" State Republican. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. A FL0BA1 L0VE-ST0B7. BT OATBBSlIfl VODKQ OLZHi Fair (Marigold) a maiden was, (Swoet Willlntn) was lier lover Tliolr path was twined with (Dittos sweet), It did not run tliougli fCloverl. Tho rLndtcs' Tresses raven were, tier cheeks a lovely (Roso), Bhe woro flno (Lady's Slippers) to warm her small (Pink) toes. Uor (Poppy) was an (Elder) who had a (Mint ) of Rold, An awfnl old (Snapdragon), to luako ono'B Wood run .cold Ills temper was like (Sour Grass), his daughter's heart ho wrung With words both flcrco and hlttor ho had an (Adder's Tongue) I Tho lover's hair was llko tho (Flux), of traro Germanic typo : Ho woro a (Dutchman's Breeches), ho smoked a (Dutchman's Pipe). Ho sent (Mnrshmallows) by tho pound, nnd choicest (Wlntergreen) j Sho painted him (Forget-me-nots), tho hlnest over Been 1 lie couldn't serenade her within tho (Night-shade) dark, For every (Thymo) ho tried it her father's (Dogwood) hark I Ami s,o h...